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...was the right move for us. ask your doctor about lto®. good morning, america. homecoming horror. tragedy strikes during the biggest celebration of the year at oklahoma state university. >> we're going to need a bunch of help. we got a car into the crowd up here. >> four killed. dozens hurt in a devastating crash. a woman arrested. we talked to the fans turned first responders and the question, why did this happen? new video coming in right now of the isis raid the daring combat mission. guns blazing. u.s. and kurdish commandos freeing dozens of hostages said to be just hours away from execution. how this raid claimed the life of a decorated american, father of four. robin thicke's revelations,
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the singer coming clean about his altered state. during a year of interviews, promoting his single blurred lines. >> i didn't do a single interview last year without being high. i was high and drunk. >> inside the deposition room leading to his landmark blam plagiarism trial. ♪ i got the eye of the tiger and star power. katy perry roaring in support of hillary clinton at a big campaign rally, also featuring a former president. >> i have never been the warmup act for katy perry before. >> the candidate feeling energized in iowa. but her opponent, bernie sander, now ramping up the attack ♪ >> announcer: live from abc news in new york, sunday, october 25th, 2015. this is "good morning america". hey, good morning, everybody. also coming up on the show, abc news is on the ground covering a pair of intertwining weather
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emergencies. >> rob is in texas where they're dealing with massive flooding. which has been exacerbated by the remnants of hurricane patricia. >> meanwhile matt gutman is further south in mexico as patricia made landfall. as the most powerful hurricane ever to hit the western hemisphere. >> we'll start here with horror and death at what was supposed to be a day of fun, family and football. >> there's the mug shot right there of the young woman accused of running her car into a crowd of fans, many of them children at the annual oklahoma state university homecoming game. four people dead, including a 2-year-old. dozens more injured and abc's ryan owens is there in stillwater, oklahoma. ryan, good morning. >> good morning to you, dan. we're along the parade route this morning. this really is so sad. these people never had a chance. the car hurt them from behind as they were paying attention to that parade. the sound is the sound of the driver hitting a parked police
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motorcyc motorcycle, then moments later, this disturbing video catches the car plowing through the crowd. another look, you see no one saw it coming. they watched the homecoming parade at oklahoma state university saturday morning. >> we're going to need a bunch of help. we got a car through the crowd out there. >> reporter: the numbers are heartbreaking. 4 dead, 47 injured. among the dead, a 65-year-old professor at osu and his wife. 23-year-old mba student from the nearby university in central oklahoma and a 2-year-old toddler. police say this woman is responsible for all of the carnage. 25-year-old woman arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. a slew of additional charges are expected. >> i don't think she ever hit her brakes. we really thought it was an activity one of the participants put on as a show. >> abc news has learned that chambers left this fast-food restaurant reportedly sent home
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early just before the crash. her boss telling a local paper she didn't appear to be under the influence. it was just 15, 30 minutes later when her gray hyundai scarred this annual celebration. eight medical helicopters and countless ambulances needed to rush all of the wounded to seven different hospitals. >> sort of like -- a crash like a bomb. >> reporter: despite the tragedy here, university officials decided to go ahead with that homecoming game. just a few hours later. there was a moment of silence at the game and osu won big. but it was something of a hollow victory for this heart broken community. paula? >> all right. ryan, thank you. we want to ling in larry williams, an alum of oklahoma state university. larry, i know you've been going to this parade for the better part of 40 years. you were one of the heros in yesterday's tragedy. one eye witness said they thought this was actually part of the parade. from your perspective, when did
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you know something was terribly wrong? >> it hit a section of those people, kind of like toy army men flying if you could get this picture, like they ran a tank through it. or car through it. people flew in all different directions. then the car proceeded on through the intersection and hit the southwest corner of the intersection. either hit a light or curb and stopped at that particular point. that's the last time i even concentrated on the car. >> so, you knew right away that something was wrong. this all happened in a matter of sections, did you know where to begin? i know you're certified in cpr and first aid. >> i think it was adrenaline. what my thoughts were, the stillwater medical management, highway patrol, things like that were very good as far as getting everything done, but they didn't have a lot of medical people op the spot at that particular time. so what i did, i went to several people just to make sure that
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they were conscious, breathing, still kind of alive, and then they would ask me different things to do, and though i wasn't a professional, and i tried to do the best i could, until the true medical people like the nurses and doctors, and the techs and stuff like that, got there, so they could kind of take over. >> at what point did it hit you what you just saw, larry? >> well, it hit about two hours afterwards. i think the adrenaline high stayed with me for a little bit. then about two hours later, it kind of hit me. some of the emotions and some of the scenes and things came back through my mind when i was setting at the stadium, getting ready to go to the football game. >> all right, larry, we want to thank you for your heroism, our thoughts and prayers go out to the oklahoma state university family this morning. thank you. >> sure. again, this is a homecoming parade that billed it as america's greatest homecoming celebration.
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not the first tragedy to hit this campus this weekend. our thoughts and prayers go out to that community. >> absolutely. he and a lot of people will be reliving this event for more years to come. we move on to the extraordinary new video, just coming out. it purportedly takes you inside the special operations raid deep in isis territory. a daring mission that killed a decorated officer and father of four. here's abc's alex marquardt. >> reporter: as gun fire rings out, a stream of men with their hands up, file out of the darkness, lit by a glow of a nearby fire. isis prisoners, many of them bloodied, let out of a prison by u.s. special forces and kurdish fighters. this new video, purportedly giving a rare rook at the daring nighttime mission to rescue about 70 hostages that american forces said faced imminent execution by isis. >> this is an example that we could do something we alone had the capability to do that. i'm absolutely prepared to do that.
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>> reporter: the video appears to come from a helmet camera, showing american delta forces and kurdish fighters, storming the isis compound in northern iraq, their infamous black flag hanging on the wall. 20 isis fighters were killed and all of the hostages freed. but as the delta team fought their way into the building, one member was killed. master sergeant joshua wheeler, a highly decorated soldier, with 11 bronze stars. the father of four, just one month shy of his 40th birthday. his death and the mission now raising questions about the obama administration's position that american troops would not have a combat role in iraq. >> they will be in harm's way. there's no question about it. and i don't want anybody to be under any illusions about that. >> reporter: the pentagon calling this a unique circumstance, but also warning there will be likely more operations like this in the future. alex marquardt, abc news, london. >> dramatic video. alex, thank you.
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and now to our big weather story. parts of texas are solidly under water this morning. torrential rain from what used to be you hurricane patricia, adding insult to injury. already, flooding has caused devastating scenes like this. a freight train sailing off of those washed-out tracks, the car submerged in the water. and the soaking continues in the lone star state. rob is in hard-hit houston for us with the very latest. >> reporter: what a mess this multi day event has been in texas. now interstates like this. flooded. cars can't get through because of the flooding. houston getting hard. overnight, relentless rain pounding texas. two, three inches per hour. flash flooding.
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roads getting filled up with water and cars getting stuck. washing away large parts of the state. with a foot and a half of rain in navarro county. nearly every road is impassable. getting from houston to dallas requires huge detours. at least 75 quarter residues reported across texas this weekend. a mother forced to hand off her toddler as the only road to her home was washed away. >> i was just hoping not to drown or fall, because the current was flowing pretty hard. >> reporter: in the same town, emergency crews rush in to rescue an elderly man and his dog trapped in his truck. the force of the water enough to bring down this freight train, two workers managing to get out after 46 of the 54 cars knocked over. >> and, bite way, in that part of texas, interstate shut down yesterday. it took seven hours to drive a drive that normally takes three.
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huge messes like this. as you can see the radar, the rain is still coming down. the rain is stick across parts of southeast texas. that will continue across the day. though tapering off throughout the day. flash flood watches not own in texas, but southern louisiana, parts of alabama, mississippi and florida as well. how much rainfall do we expect from this? 6 to 10, across southwest louisiana. that's the target of the heavier rain expected to fall later on tonight and into the day tomorrow. we don't expect to see this much flooding across parts of louisiana. but certainly enough to cause some headaches, and this wind could bring the trees down. part of this, of course, dan, coming from what is left of patricia. bottom line. it is not over. as you said, rob, thank you for your continuing coverage of this story. meanwhile as people in texas deal with remnants of patricia, further south in mexico, they are digging out from what was the most powerful hurricane ever
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in mexico. there are some truly incredible scenes playing out this morning and abc's matt gutman is right there. >> reporter: this morning the devastation revealed. isolated towns marooned in a sea of shattered forests. thousand, hacking, shoveling, and scraping their way back home. hurricane patricia smashed in as a category 5 friday night, a pilot of a hurricane hunter calling it the intense turbulence she ever encountered but by saturday afternoon, the storm had been ripped apart by mexico's mountain ranging. at day break, an endless convoy of crews, b carving open the roads. this road was absolutely impassable this morning. we couldn't get through here. we had to turn back. that debris forcing cars to thread an obstacle course of downed trees and boulders. ground rivers, surging beyond
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their bank, thousands returning to some of the hardest-hit towns like man dan nia. they're cleaning up and digging out and now the pacific ocean swallowed this entire town, the water was over my head, dragging boats with it, going all of the way up to that hillside. what the water didn't do, the wind did, uprooting palm trees, lifting decorations, tearing down everything, even unhinging the church doors. now, what's incredible about this part of mexico, how little structural damage there was, thanks to building with cinder blocks and cement. the government has said there hasn't been a single fatality. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, puerto vallarta. >> images you're not used to seeing down there in mexico. matt, thank you. now to 2016 and the race to the white house. saying this is a big week for the democrats is a big understatement. hillary clinton brought out heavy hitters, her husband and pop star, katy perry. before she and her rain rival, bernie sanders, trusted their stuff at a very influential
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dinner. and abc's david write is there with the very latest this morning. hi, david. >> reporter: hi, paula, hillary clinton's enjoying a bit of a star turn here in des moines, introduced by two rock stars as you said, katy perry and bill clinton, but this is not a coronation, clearly, bernie sanders is not going down without a fight. hillary clinton brought out the big guns including a pop star dressed like a superhero. ♪ you're a fire work >> reporter: and former president now campaigning to be the first-ever first husband. >> i have never been the warmup act for katy perry before. >> reporter: this was bill clinton's debut on the campaign trail for his wife. >> i want to thank all of you for showing up and for supporting her. >> reporter: katy perry's debut standing up for the clinton campaign. >> i stand and i march with hillary. i believe in her future, her vision. >> reporter: and lending her voice, too. ♪ you're going to hear me roar >> reporter: at the iowa jefferson jackson dinner,
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hillary clinton did roar. >> we're going to build an america where a father can tell his daughter, you can be anything you want to, including president of the united states of america! >> reporter: but she doesn't quite have the nomination locked down. senator, everybody's saying it's all over, did you not get the message? just seven points behind her in iowa, bernie sanders is still on the march. >> this is a march which will end up in a year when you'll join me in the white house. >> reporter: overhead at the katy perry concert, a plane sported the message "feel the bern." clearly bernie sanders does not plan to go gently into that good night. in fact, she's sharpening his attacks now. the nomination, hillary clinton's to lose and as we all
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know, she's been there before, dan? >> all right. david wright, reporting in from iowa this morning. >> for more on the race to the white house let's bring in george stephanopoulos who will be hosting this "this week" later this morning right here on abc. let's talk about the republicans for a second. you have donald trump on the show this morning. which i imagine is always a challenge. and one of the things that we've seen this weekend, he's stepping up his attacks on dr. ben carson. >> before we saw him going after jeb bush. now he's going after carson in the latest iowa poll, carson has pulled ahead of donald trump even though trump leads nationally. what you saw yesterday, at that rally. is that donald trump, actually questioned ben carson's religion, saying he's a presbyterian. ben carson is a seventh day adventist. i don't know about that. we'll ask about donald trump about it. it had ben carson calling for an apology. these guy, these are the two front-runners on the democratic side. bernie sanders taking on hillary clinton as a candidate of polls not principles. that's exactly the attack that
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worked for barack obama at that same dinner back in 2007. we'll talk to the clinton campaign about this as well. >> loves coming out on both sides of the race. george, thank you. i want to remind everybody, george has a big show this morning, he'll be going one-on-one with donald trump, later this morning on "this week" right here on abc. george, thanks again. >> bernie sanders is coming to "the view" tomorrow. so, how about that? we want to send things over to ron. i know you're keeping an eye on some of the other stories we're tracking. >> that's right. good morning to you and good morning, everyone. we begin with a manhunt for a killer who opened fire in a shopping center parking lot in northern california. witnesses say a man armed with a long gun fired into a car in livermore, this happened saturday evening. one person was killed, another wounded. the california highway patrol office spotted the officers with a suspect and accomplice in it. they gave chase but lost that vehicle. and students and some parents will likely be happy with president obama's proposed
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new exam guidelines. in a facebook message on saturday, the president said that school kids spend way too much time taking, quote, unnecessary tests in school. he recommends students take no more than 2% of time taking these tests. parents notify if their child's school exceeds that limit. the iconic hollywood actress and two cars caught fire in yosemite natural park on saturday. at least five people were killed. most of the people in the car were stuck inside. two people did manage to get out alive and they were flown to a nearby hospital. and a remarkable rescue in the sea caught on camera. turkish fisherman spotted an 18-month-old boy in the water after the rescue boat he was on capsized. they initially thought the baby had died but noticed him making sounds. the crewed worked on clearing his lungs. his name is mohammed.
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he was reunited, and the family appears to be doing fine. happy story there. and finally a spectacular finish in college football, unless you're a florida state fan. check this out, all tied up, 16-16. seconds left. fsu trying a field goal attempt there. it's blocked by georgia tech. he could go all the way. he does go all the way. >> oh, wow. >> 78 yards untouched. >> he was touched. >> almost, almost. time expires. is florida state lost that game. >> whoa, whoa, look at that. >> they're now 6-1. the yellow jackets of georgia tech are now 3-5. >> special teams, baby. >> amazing. all kinds of weird, fantastic endings to college football games lately. >> i always say it always comes down to special teams. that's one of my mantras. >> like wow. >> my area of expertise. >> you're part of our special team. >> yes, i am. speaking of a member of our special team, let's get down to rob in houston who will take
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another look at the national forecast. hey, rob. >> hi, dan. still coming down here, the winds have picked up adding insult to injury. this storm created headaches yesterday. on the northern part of the state, but on the gulf as well. look at the water spout that came inland and da some damage. even new year's day tornados with this system. here's the system. with some low spin picking up. the hardest is louisiana, as we go through tonight and tomorrow morning, mississippi and alabama. this rain will be very heavy. getting into pensacola, florida where the flash flood watches have been extended. and we have a cold front coming today. rain for new england, temp
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>> as the rain continues to come down in houston, the water in the low-lying areas continues to come up. residents being asked to stay inside until this rain subsides. dan, paula? >> try to find a little bit of balance right there. all right, rob, thanks. and coming up on gal, the heart-breaking 911 call from a young woman whose boyfriend was killed saving her from a gang of armed robbers. the big reward to help hunt him
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you know everybody's looking for treats on halloween, but is there a trick in the costume makeup that you just bought? this morning, we're shedding light on potential halloween hazards. you know there's a way to apply that makeup, you might want to think about it. >> lot of people apply it on their kids. ron will have that story coming up. also coming up, the first time, we're seeing what robin thicke said during the deposition for the lawsuit he faced over his "blurred lines" single. he had very candid and personal responses. we'll show you and let you hear them for yourself. but first, hunt for the killer who shot a man simply trying to protect his girlfriend in orlando, florida. >> police are now releasing the young woman's frantic calls for help and hoping a big reward will lead to some arrest. phillip mena joins us with more.
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good morning, phillip. >> reporter: good morning. robert bosso was coming home from dinner with his girlfriend when they were attacked. this morning, we are hearing her desperate pleas for help and the moments he saved her help. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> reporter: in this newly released 911 call -- >> i need an ambulance bad. >> what's your address? >> reporter: robert bosso's girlfriend, heard pleading for help as the lockheed martin engineer died in his arms. >> someone just shot my boyfriend! >> reporter: shot she says saving her life, according to police, a group of masked men attacked the couple in the parking lot of their orlando apartment complex late last month. investigators said bosso managed to wrestle away a gun pointed at his girlfriend's head as she escaped and ran for help, bosso was fatally shot. >> he was doing what most people in his position would have been
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doing. somebody pointed a gun at the head of his girlfriend and he tried to protect her and got killed for it. >> reporter: now orlando police hunting the person who killed the man they described as peaceful and intelligent. offering a $25,000 reward. and sending a message directly to the gunman's two accomplices. >> the act of that coward you ae lined yourself with has now put your life and your future on the line. >> reporter: again, there's $25,000 reward for the arrest of the killers. police and bosso's family hoping someone out there who knows who and where these men are, will come forward. >> our west wishes to the family as well. phillip, thank you. we'll turn now to an important warning as we head into halloween, you may want your costume to be scarey but you don't want it to be dangerous. >> ron is here with more about some potential health dangers, especially with the face paint you apply on your children or your own face.
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>> that's right, a couple very spooky pre-halloween health warnings. one was about face paint. that paula was just talking about. the other is about that contact lens that give you the creepy looking ice. this morning, a warning to parents right before halloween. that face paint that turn your kids into friendly ghosts or scary creatures could be a health hazard. u.s. senator chuck schumer warning parents this week to think twice before painting their kids' faces. we're asking the fda to do an investigation of halloween makeup, to try to curb it, if not for this year but it future years. >> reporter: a report tested ten of the most popular face paint brands and found that ten contained lead and six of them had traces of other metals considered potentially toxic. so, what can parents do? >> look for theater paint instead of costume paint or halloween paint.
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theater paint is made of higher quality ingredients. that that are less likely to cause breakouts. >> reporter: some can cause breakouts or skin rashes. >> many of my patients have come to me with red, irritated skin. i've seen seen someone come in with severe blistering. >> reporter: and on friday the u.s. attorney's office in los angeles cracking down on another popular creepy cosmetic, contact lenses like these, designed to creep out your friends, they can actually cause serious eye damage. the u.s. attorney's office charging ten california sellers of lenses that it calls a serious danger to unsuspecting halloween shoppers which could be contaminated with pathogens. >> they may be widely available on the internet. but even though they are available doesn't mean the lenses themselves are fda approved. and the u.s. attorney's office in l.a. warning specifically about lenses marketed under red rose.
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telling people if you already bout them, do not use them. you should not put anything in your eyes without a doctor's pre skipgs. >> when you're painting your children's face, you can always test it on a small spot on their hand to see if there's any sort of reaction. great advice. >> you got it. >> thank you, ron. let's get down to houston and rob marciano, who is dressed up for halloween as captain ahab in a water-logged city. hey, there, sir? >> maybe the gordon's fisherman or aquaman? that would help in this weather. look at this. it's still coming down and it's blowing sideways now, adding insult to injury across parts of southeast texas. we have a storm coming from the pacific northwest. i want to touch on that. we got wind and rain expected in the oregon coast. later on tonight and rain going into showers tomorrow night and morning. and dry weather across parts of california. moving on, the rainfall part of the moisture, from the hurricane
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patricia from mexico and now stacking moisture from the gulf of mexico, a one-two punch as it moves east and several inches maybe 8 or 9 across louisiana. should be dryer today across the northeast after the front comes through, and the this weather report brought to you by wayfair. hopefully the rain ends today. saturday will be a dry day for trick or treating. i'll have my aquaman outfit or captain of a submarine wouldn't be bad. >> we hope so too.
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get inside and get dry. take a look at this new video just released. you'll see what robin thicke had to say about his state of mind while promoting his big "blurred lines" single. sara, what is happening on periscope. >> paula need s on the latest book. >> last read "the girl on the train." it's phenomenal. >> ron doesn't read books. >> i'm waiting for the movie to come out. >> i go with scratch and sniff or coloring books. >> the one you can pet the animals in the book. >> this is what happens when you have a 10-month-old. we'll be right back. the one you can pet the animals in the book. >> this is what happens when you have a 10-month-old. we'll be right back.
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♪ there it is, blurred lines the hit single that led to a copyright infringement trial, a landmark one, for robin thicke. >> for the first time we're seeing the video of that deposition he made. abc's mara schiavocampo has more. hey, mara. >> reporter: a federal judge recently unsealed that video showing signs of robin thicke and superproducer, pharrell williams that the public rarely
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cease. thicke confessing to extensive drug use. and pharrell getting testy when questioned by a lawyer. it was one of the hottest songs of 2013, spending ten weeks at number one on the charts. selling more than 7 million copies, according to nielsen sound scan. and with all of that success, came a whole lot of controversy. overnight, newly unsealed tapes released showing the embattled pop star, robin thicke admitting in a deposition that he was drunk and high when he recorded the 2013 hit song "blurred lines." ♪ >> i was high and drunk every time i did an interview last year. >> reporter: in the new footage thicke also admits when he said he was high for every interview -- >> were you drunk and on vick din when you did the oprah show? >> yes. >> -- he really meant every interview. >> one of my favorite songs of
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marvin gaye's song "got to give it up." we literally wrote the whole song in a half hour. >> reporter: in the new footage thicke also admits when he said he was high and drunk, he met every interview. >> i didn't do a single interview last year without being high on both. >> reporter: his co-writer, pharrell williams also deposed, looking angry, firing back at lawyers when asked to identify musical notation? >> what are the names of those notes? >> i'm not comfortable. >> i would like to know what course it is. >> i'm not a teacher. >> the duo was ordered to pay $5.4 million to music icon marvin gaye's estate. after a jury decided they had ripped off elements of gaye's "got to give it up." now, the original amount awarded to gaye's family was more than $7 million, that was later reduced. in a statement, the attorney for thicke and pharrell call this old news, adding, the songs are still different. and we look forward to complete vindication on appeal. they are pursuing an appeal here
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even though they are different songs even though the two of them said they've been influenced the marvin gaye musically. >> interesting look behind the scenes with those video tapes. coming up on "good morning america" -- director j.j. abrams on the newest "star wars" movie. the force awakens. and latest comments straight ahead. >> the question is, where is luke? >> where is luke? where's waldo? that's what i'm trying to find out. >> wrong cultural context. >> okay. ♪ i'm trying to find out. >> wrong cultural context. this is tecfidera. tecfidera is not an injection. it's a pill for relapsing ms that has the power to cut relapses in half. imagine what you could do with fewer relapses. tecfidera may cause serious side effects, such as allergic reactions, pml, which is a rare brain infection that usually leads to death or severe disability, and decreases in your white blood cells.
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♪ ♪ i forget what are we doing now? >> ron has been waiting the whole show. >> it all leads up to this. >> thank you, ron. that's an intro. halloween is less than a week away and costume mania is in high gear, supermodel heidi klum who takes her costume
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seriously every year, sharing this hint about what she'll wear to her annual shindig this year. and judging from these prosthetic, it's quite the full-figured look. earlier she shared this gloppy instagram photo indicating there's some kind of face mask in the works. now, last year -- >> is gloppy a word. >> of course it is. and if it isn't, it's going to be used in "pop news." last year she pulled this off, a stunning butterfly. i have no idea who has a figure like the one just showed with a prosthetic. i can't even put in a good guess. >> i would say, maybe somebody from the 1500 century. maybe kim kardashian. >> how did you go from the 15 century to kim kardashian. >> i thought cinderella's evil stepmother. and then i thought kim kardashian. actually our producer -- >> i love that you have evil -- >> and about some howloween costumes. a park in new york city gone to dogs for an annual costume parade.
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these are my favorites. get-ups like pizza rat, back to the future, and actually the pope, being the most popular. the parade celebrating its 25th anniversary. >> there you go. >> it's been called the largest of its kind in the world. it's evident a lot of time and love went into these doggy dress-ups. and the pooches happy to cooperate for the most part. now, this year's best in show, i didn't pick this, two chihuahuas and a yorkie. >> you rigged it somehow. >> probably. and the owners for their day of the dead look. how about elaborate is that? and amazing. >> i can barely see that. >> look at them. >> oh, they're so cute. >> are you going to talk like that to your baby? >> yeah. i already do. >> the premiere of the new star wars movie: the force awakens" is less than a month away. j.j. abrams is dropping hints on
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the trailer. lots of fans noticing the glaring absence of mark hamill's luke skywalker. now, when asked about it, abrams played it coy saying quote, those are good questions to be asking. i can't wait for to you to find out the answers. but, he was happy to gush about his cast. >> it's a lot of pressure on one hand. but i look at all of the amazing work everyone's done on this movie, and i just feel i am in incredible hands, because i see what remarkable work they all have done. this cast is extraordinary. >> believe it or not, they are still putting the finishing touches on the editing process. i can believe it. >> wow. a couple months to go. is it the 18th. >> think it is. >> i plan on going on christmas day. i think it sounds very festive, don't you? >> it's going to be awesome. you are so geeking out. >> yes i can't wait. now, get ready for a time warp, the rocky horror picture show recently turned the big 4-0 and now the cult favorite is being reimagined as a two-hour
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tv special. ♪ i'm just a sweet transvestite ♪ >> tim curry was unforgettable as the sweet transvestite. and laverne cox has been tapped for the role of the mad scientist. the openly transgender actor said she's so excited to be part of that legacy. look for that light over the franken stein play on fox some time next year. what a great choice. >> i got to start watching "orange is the new black." >> it's so good. >> i know. >> we may have two seconds. i want to quickly say something here. now that "pop news" is over. tomorrow is a big day in the history of mankind. paula faris turns 40 years old. >> spell it out. 40 years old. >> a big happy birthday to one of our favorite human beings in the world. >> thank you, thank you. >> love you. >> i'm spending my last morning in my 30s with you guys.
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